Wudang Sword Handling Basics

Hold the sword with respect and intention. Feel its weight and balance, and let it shape your movements. Through practice, one will develop strength, agility, and precision.

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What is Kalaripayattu ?

Imagine a world where the lines between history and legend blur, where the sands of time have witnessed the rise of mighty warriors and the fall of kingdoms. A tradition that embodies the spirit of valour, discipline, and ancient wisdom. This is Kalaripayattu, the mother of all martial arts.

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The Way of the Wudang Sword

The Wudang sword, a symbol of grace and power, demands a unique mindset for its practice—one that blends focus, fluidity, and inner peace.

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The Meaning of Disease in CCM

This article aims to provide an introduction to the concept of disease in Chinese Medicine and a guide to the six major divisions in our body. It offers a starting point for understanding disease in Chinese Medicine.

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Jueyin

Learn about the Jueyin channel, which represents union or closing and confines the yin qi, allowing the yang qi to rise and emit properly.

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Shaoyin

The Shaoyin channel links the heart and kidney, two vital organs that are fundamental to your well-being. Discover the relationship between Fire and Water, the two opposing yet complementary elements that coexist within you.

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Taiyin

The dynamics of earth and metal make up the Taiyang channel. This article covers especially the dynamics of the Spleen Earth.

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Shaoyang

Explore how the dynamics of wood and fire challenge the harmony of the Shaoyang channel and learn about the concept of our body's openings.

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Wudang Sword Handling Basics
Wudang Sword Handling Basics

Hold the sword with respect and intention. Feel its weight and balance, and let it shape your movements. Through practice, one will develop strength, agility, and precision.

by Sage.blue
What is Kalaripayattu ?
What is Kalaripayattu ?

Imagine a world where the lines between history and legend blur, where the sands of time have witnessed the rise of mighty warriors and the fall of kingdoms. A tradition that embodies the spirit of valour, discipline, and ancient wisdom. This is Kalaripayattu, the mother of all martial arts.

by Sage.blue
The Way of the Wudang Sword
The Way of the Wudang Sword

The Wudang sword, a symbol of grace and power, demands a unique mindset for its practice—one that blends focus, fluidity, and inner peace.

by Sage.blue
The Meaning of Disease in CCM
The Meaning of Disease in CCM

This article aims to provide an introduction to the concept of disease in Chinese Medicine and a guide to the six major divisions in our body. It offers a starting point for understanding disease in Chinese Medicine.

by Sage.blue
Jueyin
Jueyin

Learn about the Jueyin channel, which represents union or closing and confines the yin qi, allowing the yang qi to rise and emit properly.

by Sage.blue
Shaoyin
Shaoyin

The Shaoyin channel links the heart and kidney, two vital organs that are fundamental to your well-being. Discover the relationship between Fire and Water, the two opposing yet complementary elements that coexist within you.

by Sage.blue
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